The Motto (Radio)

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  1. The official motto "represents our role in establishing, maintaining and preserving U.S. freedom of operations in the space domain,” tweeted Space Force.
  2. Controversial VA motto will be etched in bronze at all national veterans cemeteries. The VA’s motto is a Lincoln quote that doesn’t include women. This bill would change it. Reach Abbie Bennett: [email protected] c o m or @AbbieRBennett. Want to get more connected to the stories and resources Connecting Vets has to offer?
  3. Nov 15,  · You only live once: that’s the motto, nigga, YOLO The saying took off after this song, and was further enhanced by Drake and Rick Ross announcing the joint mixtape YOLO in It didn’t.
  4. Recent FM radio app update adds the feature of listening your favorite radios on the phone speaker, Bluetooth speaker or the wired headset. In other words, you have three options for the FM radio audio output. Once you start the FM radio app on Moto G or Moto E, you will find the headphone icon in the top right corner in stations view.
  5. 19 Drake- The Motto (Bonus Track) (ft. Lil' Wayne & Tyga) Official Instrumental Remake Prod. T-Minus Install the free Online Radio Box application for your smartphone and listen to your favorite radio stations online - wherever you are! other options. Now playing: The Weeknd Blinding Lights.
  6. Beyond catapulting the phrase “YOLO” into the stratosphere, “The Motto” stands as one of the biggest hits from the OVO boss' sophomore album 'Take Care.' It’s produced by T-Minus, who also worked on the 'Take Care' songs “HYFR” and “Under Ground Kings,” and later linked up with Drake for the 'More Life' cuts “Blem” and “Sacrifices.”.
  7. Jun 28,  · The Department of Veterans Affairs has a male-focused motto that some veterans and lawmakers say needs updating. The New Yorker Radio Hour. Play. 15s Repeat Play 15s Forward / .
  8. "The Motto" is a song by Canadian recording artist Drake. The song features American rapper Lil Wayne and is a digital iTunes Store bonus track from Drake's second studio album Take Care. "The Motto" premiered on Power on October 31, Drake released the song on his OVO blog a day later. It was first played on rhythmic top 40 radio stations on November 29, as the album's fourth single. Genre: Hip hop.
  9. MCDANIEL: They've gotten rid of the old motto and replaced it with, vivamus liberi ne America pereat, which is perfectly intelligible Latin. It means, let's live free so that America does not die.

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